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Muskogee Phoenix, Okla.When a lunchroom worker fills a food bar bin with sliced apples, Tony Goetz Elementary students fill their plates. Some students choose berries, some load up on salad, some even choose scalloped potatoes. But apples are clearly the favorite. However,...
The News Herald, Morganton, N.C.In Gwendolyn Epley's fourth-grade class at Mountain Crest Elementary School, students use the latest technology to research different types of transportation from the early 1800s in North Carolina. In Tim Barnsback's seventh-grade class at Heritage...
Does John Leopold have Sheila Dixon to blame? He'll have plenty of time — 30 days to be specific — to contemplate such a cosmic question, as the former Anne Arundel County executive serves out the surprise prison sentence he received Thursday...
Pies always made me nervous. Didn't matter if they were deep-dish or mile-high. And you could call them whatever: quiche, tart or galette. It's the crust and the making of it that always stopped me cold. I would avoid recipes calling for pie dough, or I'd...
Tags: Recipes, Chicago Restaurants, Cinnamon, Yusho, Martha Stewart
Banquet and auction For a great meal and a great time, plan to attend the annual Friendship Banquet and Auction at St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church, Church and High streets, Saturday at 5 p.m. The yearly fundraiser has a St. Patrick’s Day...
Renowned storyteller Jane Yolen and daughter Heidi E.Y. Stemple are making magic again. They've written another cookbook for kids, and it's delightful. "Jewish Fairy Tale Feasts: A Literary Cookbook" is filled with lovely illustrations by collage artist...
Tags: Cinnamon, Recipes, Authors, Religion and Belief, Judaism
The upcoming Ides of March is an appropriate time to look for bad news, and you don't have to look very far. But beware: Although some popular travel worries are red herrings, others are on target. Popular Worry: The standard for distributing airfare...
WSBT-TVRemember last March? Farmers certainly do. It felt like summer. And it was the start of what would be a tough year for farmers. Today, March 12th, 2013: The temperature is expected to be around 38 degrees. March 12th, 2012: The temperature hit 69...
Tags: Apricots, National Weather Service
EntreeQuinoa and black beans are pillars of my pantry. In summer, I toss them into a satisfying, protein-packed salad with ripe tomatoes. At this time of year, however, I replace the tomatoes with something just as refreshing yet more seasonally appropriate:...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Salt, Apple Cider, Onions, Cilantro
For a dinner at home last night, just the two of us, we made steamed mussels — not our usual recipe that involves lots of freshly cracked black pepper, but “mussels with bacon, apple and shallot” from the new book and iPad app “...
Tags: Mussels, Apple Cider, Bacon, Shallots
LAS VEGAS — A national animal advocacy group excoriated the federal government, saying it misled the public about last week’s removal of 11 wild mustangs that had coexisted for years with residents of a populated area outside Carson City, Nev....
Ice-Cream Lab, which serves made-to-order liquid nitrogen ice cream, is opening its first location in Beverly Hills on March 15. "Lab techs" will make your ice cream creations using organic, local ingredients and good ol' liquid nitrogen. Guests can...
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